After a suspected Islamist stabbed one commuter to death and injured several others at a train station, shouting, “Allahu Akbar” (“God is greater”), the mayor of Grafing, Germany, a small town near Munich, inexplicably told reporters the “quiet little town” was in shock. “That it happened here is completely incomprehensible.”

Apparently, she is one of the very few to whom such a an attack – a young man shouting the battle cry of Islamic jihadists as he commits a bloody atrocity against innocents going about their daily business – comes as a surprise.

The suspect, a 27-year-old German national, identified only as “Paul H.” was arrested without incident and, according to the Bavarian interior minister, confessed to the attack.

A firefighter on the scene said the assaults appeared to be random and “indiscriminate” as the assailant first stabbed a man on the train then ran through the station slashing at passersby.

But while the mayor called the act “incomprehensible,” in fact, it is anything but surprising.

If she watched the news in her country, rather than merely believing Chancellor Angela Merkel’s propaganda as she promotes her policy of opening Germany’s borders to over one million Muslims flooding into Europe from the Middle East.

Despite acknowledging that the stabbings were believed to have an “Islamist background,” officials were quick to dismiss the possibility that the stabbings were a terror attack.

Police departments in Cologne, Hamburg, Frankfurt and other cities were similarly told to intentionally “downplay” the sexual violence that occurred when gangs of Middle Eastern men attacked women in a series of public sexual assaults and rapes on New Year’s Eve.

Authorities in Grafing refuse to confirm any connection between “Paul H.” and ISIS, but recently, ISIS has released a recruitment video in Germany urging them to “pick up a big knife, go down to the streets and slaughter every infidel you encounter.”

 

 

 

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